Why is this Liberal Minister poor-shaming Canadians on Twitter?
Marc Garneau the Liberal Minister of Transpiration tweeted earlier today a photo of himself charging his electric vehicle largely in response to the pump-now campaign put forward by Conservatives nationwide.
Mark Norman’s lawyers reference SNC-Lavalin in attempt to unseal documents
His lawyers have alleged that the documents will reveal further political interference in the case of their client.
Ford government invests $1B in affordable housing and homelessness aid
The Ontario government has announced over $1 billion in government funds to be put towards fighting homelessness and improving the affordable housing situation in the province.
Whenever Trudeau talks about pipelines, he gets heckled
Whenever Justin Trudeau ventures to talk about pipelines or the environment he’s always confronted with at least one disgruntled heckler.
Legault closes door on bitumen, open to West’s natural gas
François Legault thanked Alberta’s premier-elect Jason Kenney for his “elegant gesture” spoken in French during the United Conservative leader’s victory speech, but Québec’s premier will not revisit Energy East.
New ‘independent’ Senator and former CBC pollster under fire for pro-Trudeau poll
Conservative senators want rookie Trudeau appointee Donna Dasko to consider repaying $15,000 in expenses for a “push poll” she commissioned out of her office budget, then used to ballyhoo Liberal government reforms.
Alberta UCP sweeps the province in embarrassing electoral defeat for ruling NDP
The UCP will form a majority government in the ailing province.